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VERNON — When Det. Michael Morrissey interviewed Richard Lapointe about the rape and murder of an 88-year-old woman in 1987, he was either determined to get a confession from the mentally disabled man whom he believed was guilty or he remained open-...
Do your sperm pass muster? Despite several months of effort, you and your partner haven't yet conceived. You're not ready to seek a fertility evaluation, but you might be wondering whether you're doing all you can to make sure you have healthy sperm. Male...
L.A. NOWAuthorities arrested John Albert Gardner III in connection with the death of Chelsea King after a state lab linked semen found on the teen's clothes to him, authorities said. Gardner, a registered sex offender, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the......
Show TrackerThis season, I've tended to be more intrigued by the interpersonal doctor drama on "House" than by the actual patients they're treating. However, tonight's episode, "Black Hole," introduced a genuinely interesting patient for the first time in a while....
Special to The TimesAS they seek to document and demystify one of life's great thrills, scientists have run across some real head-scratchers. How, for example, can they explain the fact that some men and women who are paralyzed and numb below the waist are able to have...
Times Staff Writer2007-07-30 14:00:50.0 Administrator2: Welcome Dr. Lue, and thanks for chatting with us! 2007-07-30 14:00:55.0 kjohnson: Hello, my name is Kathryn Johnson and I read the article and wanted to know why proton therapy was never mentioned as a treatment...
Robert H. Foote, the Cornell University researcher who pioneered the study of DNA synthesis in the testes, in vitro fertilization and other aspects of reproduction and who was the last surviving officer of World War II's famed "Go for Broke" 442nd...
Tribune reporterDNA evidence has been widely embraced over the last two decades as a powerful forensic tool to prove a defendant's guilt or innocence. But in Lake County, authorities have sometimes pressed for convictions even when the DNA doesn't match a suspect....
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Special to The TimesWHEN A couple is infertile, often the first question asked is, "What's wrong with her?" "There's a common misperception -- even among healthcare providers -- that infertility is a female problem," says Dr. Thomas Walsh, director of the men's...
Tribune staff reportersA decade ago, as Earl Washington Jr. neared his execution date, a leading DNA expert first suggested an analyst in the vaunted Virginia state crime lab might have erred in the case. The lab's director, Paul Ferrara, rejected the criticism as unfounded.In...
Courant Staff WriterTwo prosecution witnesses testified Monday that Michael Skakel told them he had climbed a tree on the Moxley property and masturbated the night she was killed - a bizarre tale the state will argue shows Skakel's consciousness of guilt and his attempt to...
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